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Vol. 10, Special Issue 11 (2021)

Ovariohysterectomy by standing flank approach in dairy cattle: A case report

Author(s):
Satish Kumar, Sunil Punia, Ravi Kumar and Pradeep Kumar
Abstract:
A 4 year crossbred cattle was presented with the history of abortion and foetal maceration 2 months before, to the Gokuldham Goseva Mahathirth, Jhajjar. At the time of abortion, whole of the foetus didn’t come out. Now on rectal palpation uterus was found to be hard and having remained mummified foetal part. On pervaginal examination cervix was one finger open. Medicinal treatment for opening of cervix was attempted, but failed. So partial unilateral ovariohysterectomy was performed from right flank region. The uterine horn along with mummified foetus were inseparable with fragile uterine wall. Uneventful recovery occurs following the surgical procedure.
Pages: 2213-2214  |  260 Views  77 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Satish Kumar, Sunil Punia, Ravi Kumar and Pradeep Kumar. Ovariohysterectomy by standing flank approach in dairy cattle: A case report. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(11S): 2213-2214.

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